Baker-Taintor papers  1808-1869
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Cleveland Family Genealogy

  • Rufus Cleveland, ca.1756-1838 married twice, with seven sons and seven daughters by first marriage (wife died 1807), one son and one daughter by second
    • Alexander
    • Oren (b. 1785) m. ___ Allen (d. May, 1869)
      • Oren Alexander (January 1, 1807-March 1809)
      • Ester Allen (August 24, 1808-November, 1891) m. (May 4, 1835) Michael Barnes (d. December 5, 1870)
        • Oren M.
        • Charlotte E.
        • Virgil T.
        • Hubert A. (d. 1864)
      • Jemima Maria (October 18, 1810-February 1899) m. 1. (1836) Revel A. Watson and 2. Grant Thorburn (1773-1863)
      • James Chamberlain (February 26, 1813-February 1886) m. Lucy Watson
        • Robert
        • Abby
        • Maria
      • Oren Luther (March 26, 1815-August 1899) m. (1846) Catherine Neimaster
        • George
        • Ada
      • Mary Clarissa (April 8, 1817-September 1903) m.
      • William Charles (September 8, 1819-January 1902) (unmarried)
      • Moses Allen Cleveland (b. October 30, 1822) m 1.(October 10, 1842) Eliza Ann Williams (d. 1856?) 2. (October 7, 1857) Mary Littlefield
        • Frances Ann (b. February 28, 1844) m. June 6, 1867) Andrew J. McWethy
        • Sarah Amarett (b. Spring, 1847) m. (June 6, 1867) Willard Tyler
        • Ellen Maria (b. March 10, 1850) m. Albert Goff
        • Mary Eliza m. Marvin R. Moss
        • Sumner Allen (b. March 28, 1863)
      • Edward Hooker, (b. May 15, 1827) m. (1852) Mary Ann Broughton
      • Horace Gillette (January 3, 1832-February 1888) m. Maria Knapp
    • David
    • James
      • Jane, b. ca.1822 m. Charles H. Blake
      • ____ m. Daniel White
      • Charles C. W. Cleveland, b. 1803
Partial Subject Index (for Autobiography only):
Abolitionists
  • 2:51-52
Allen, Moses
  • 1:13
Apprentices--Connecticut
  • 1:25-31
  • 2:17-24
Bowery (New York, N.Y. : Street)
  • 1:41-44
  • 2:54-55
Carpenters--Massachusetts
  • 1:36-41, 48
Carpenters--New York (State)
  • 1:44-48
Cemeteries--New York (State)--Sag Harbor
  • 1:46
Centennial Exhibition (1876 : Philadelphia, Pa.)
  • 2:96-98
Childhood--Connecticut--19th century
  • 1:1-21
  • 2:1-16
Children
  • 2:57-61 (and elsewhere)
Cholera--Connecticut
  • 1:10
Cleveland family
  • passim, but esp. 1:1-5, 20-21
  • 2:51-53
Connecticut--Description and travel
  • 1:1-34, 40
  • 2:1-5
Conversion
  • 2:22
Criminals--Massachusetts--Boston
  • 2:46-47
Death
  • 1:7
  • 2:57
Depressions--1857
  • 2:69
Draft
  • 2:78
Eclipses, Solar
  • 1:11-12
Family reunions
  • 2:89-90
Family--Connecticut
  • passim
Fire fighters--Connecticut
  • 1:28
  • 2:23
Greenwood Cemetery (New York, N.Y.)
  • 1:58-59
Hartford (Conn.)--Description and travel
  • 1:25-33
  • 2:18-24
Indians of North America--Connecticut
  • 1:40-41
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865--Assassination
  • 2:86
Marriage
  • 1:38
Massachusetts--Economic conditions
  • 2:53-57
Massachusetts. Militia
  • 2:81-82
Mentally ill--Connecticut
  • 1:12-13
Meteor showers
  • 1:20
Millerite movement
  • 1:39-40
  • 2:26, 28
Mobile Campaign, 1865
  • 2:84-86
Mormon temples--Ohio
  • 2:72-73
Native American Party
  • 1:42
New Hartford (Conn.)--Description and travel
  • 1:18-20
  • 2:13-14
New York (N.Y.)--Description and travel
  • 1:41-44, 57-59
  • 2:48
Niagara Falls (N.Y. and Ont.)
  • 2:91
Ohio--Description and travel
  • 1:54-55
  • 2:69-
Pierce, Franklin, 1804-1869
  • 2:65-66
Poetry
  • 2:109-154
Presidents--United States--Election--1840
  • 1:29-30
  • 23:20-21
Presidents--United States--Election--1844
  • 1:47-48
  • 2:33-34
Presidents--United States--Election--1848
  • 2:47-48
Revivals--Connecticut
  • 1:12, 30-31
  • 2:22
Sag Harbor (N.Y.)--Description and travel
  • 1:45-48
  • 2:32-35
Songs
  • 2:156-252
Steamboats--Accidents
  • 1:55-57
  • 2:41-44, 74-75
Step-mothers
  • 2:67-70
Temperance--Massachusetts
  • 1:14, 36
  • 2:26, 28, 29, 38, 67-68
Theaters--New York (State)--New York
  • 1:41-44
Thorburn, Grant, 1773-1863
  • 2:53
Thumb, Tom, 1838-1883
  • 1:44
Typhus fever
  • 2:55-56
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
  • 2:75-88
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Draft resisters
  • 2:78
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Veterans
  • 2:241-242
United States--History--Revolutionary War, 1775-1783--Veterans
  • 1:15
United States. Army--Massachusetts Artillery Regiment (Light), 7th (1862-1865)
  • 2:82-88
Waiters--New York (State)--New York
  • 1:41-44
Washington Temperance Society
  • 1:14
  • 2:26
Widowers
  • 2:57-62
Williams Family
  • 1:38
Wives--Death
  • 2:57-62
Worcester (Mass.)--Description and travel
  • 1:34-40, 51-53, 58
  • 2:37